Microsoft plans to offer Windows 10 PCs with its first HD media storage unit

Microsoft plans on offering Windows 10 computers with its own media storage solution at its upcoming Windows 10 launch event in May.

Windows 10 is expected to include a media storage controller as well as a built-in processor, according to the Verge, which cited Microsoft officials.

It’s not clear if Microsoft plans for a dedicated GPU or a separate GPU with integrated graphics that is not directly tied to the OS, but the Verge said the company is aiming to offer its own storage solution for PCs.

Microsoft has been trying to get customers to move away from the current Windows 8 desktop to the Windows 10 operating system, which has been largely under development for a year.

Microsoft has said it will launch Windows 10 in 2018, but hasn’t set a firm date for when that will happen.